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Business Schools Must Help Students Finance Their MBAs—Here’s How

By helping to fund MBA students, business schools ensure greater diversity of thought in their programs as well as greater representation in the workforce.

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    Course Correction: Recalibrating Experiential Learning in the MBA

    Experiential learning is more than just organizing opportunities for students to work with external clients; we must view experience-based curricula through a learning theory lens to realize the full potential of “learning by doing.”
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    Empowering Ideas With App Development for Business Students

    Technical literacy is a core skill in today’s digital economy, and providing business students with technical skills—including programming fundamentals—is a necessity for their career success.
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    Flexible Business Education Models Allow for Disruption

    If personal attributes are what our students need to learn, practice, and possess to be successful in the workplace, then how can we reframe our education models to support them?
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    Students Aren’t Fully Prepared for Today’s Workplace—We Can Change That

    While business schools are trying to figure out an experience that seems right for students, companies are trying to figure out the right solutions for their clients in a space where change is taking place at rocket speed.
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    Curriculum Revision for the 4th Industrial Revolution

    To produce leaders who can thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to encourage students to practice agility, risk-taking, self-motivation, and communication.
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    The Ubiquity of Big Data: In Business and the Business School

    Big data's impact on business today provides scholars with an excellent opportunity to partner with businesses, but it also requires educators to prepare students for a data-infused workplace.
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    Business Communication Programming for the 21st-Century Business School

    With many viable models available to increase, not decrease, business communication programming, it should be a goal that by the time students graduate, professional communication skills become their habit, not the exception.
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    Ethics Within and Throughout

    When it comes to teaching ethics, should business schools include standalone courses in their programs, or should lessons be spread throughout the curriculum? We share three innovative ways schools are incorporating ethics into their programming.
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    The Sustainable Future of Management Education

    How would you create new generations of graduates, and faculty, with the confidence needed to meet our ever-growing sustainability challenges, which are also increasingly businesses challenges?
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    Reaching All Students: Business School's Responsibility to Society

    As business schools continue to develop programs and initiatives based on sustainability and ethics, what can be done to reach students who have set interests in the topics, as well as those who don't?
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